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Sochi Olympics Day 6: Locals to Watch

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    Patrick Kane hopes to improve upon Team USA's silver medal finish in Vancouver.

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    12:15 a.m. (qualifying), 3:30 a.m. (final): Two-time reigning Winter X Games champion Nick Goepper of Indiana is a medal favorite in the men's slopesyle freestyle skiing. Goepper was among the first skiers to qualify for the Olympics in December and then enjoyed a media whirlwind that took him to the Golden Globe Awards and David Letterman. Click here to watch live.

    6:30 a.m.: Men's hockey gets under way Thursday with three Blackhawks on the ice squaring off against each other, Patrick Kane for Team USA and Marian Hossa and Michael Handzus for Team Slovakia. Kaner will be trying to help his team create another Miracle on Ice and improve on the team's silver medal finish in Vancouver. Slovakia is no slouch, placing fourth at the Vancouver Games. Watch the game live here or on the NBC Sports Network.

    9 a.m.: Chicago-area athletes Erika Brown and Ann Swisshelm will try to get Team USA's first win in curling action Thursday. They'll have their work cut out for them versus a very strong Japanese squad. Click here to watch live.

    9 a.m.:The men's figure skating short program features Highland Park's Jason Brown who begins his quest for an individual medal. Brown is slated to skate at 11:17 a.m. and teammate Jeremy Abbot takes the ice at 10:21 a.m. Click here to watch live or view it on the NBC Sports Network.

    11 a.m.: Men's hockey medal favorites Team Canada take to the ice against Norway. The team features Blackhawks Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp and Duncan Keith. Click here to watch live.